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Lidl to Open Its Third DC Location at New 700-Unit Tenleytown Development

  • May 23rd

by UrbanTurf Staff

Rendering of Upton Place.

A new grocery store is coming to DC's Tenleytown neighborhood.

The Washington, D.C. Economic Partnership announced Sunday that discount grocer Lidl will open a 29,000 square-foot store at Upton Place, a large new mixed-use development under construction at 4000 Wisconsin Avenue NW (map). The announcement was made at the International Council of Shopping Centers’ conference in Las Vegas.

Upton Place will deliver a total of 689 apartments (65 affordable) above 100,000 square feet of retail.The development is expected to deliver in the fourth quarter of 2023; Aimco and Donohoe are the developers and SK+I Architecture is the designer.

The new Lidl location will be the third outpost of the chain in DC. Earlier this year, the grocer broke ground on its first location at Skyland. And in February, Lidl and Mayor Bowser's administration announced the grocer's plans to open a 27,000 square-foot location on the ground floor at the DC USA mall in Columbia Heights (map).

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